Dallas Cowboys (@1.66) vs New York Jets (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Dallas Cowboys will win

Dallas Cowboys – New York Jets Match Prediction | 13-10-2019 15:20

Bailey has missed the last few games for the Jets with a high ankle sprain, but it's appearing very likely that even when he's healthy, he'll be inactive on game days. Safety Rontez Miles has filled in admirably, both as a situational defender and on special teams.

The Bills were active in free agency and loaded up on the offensive line. Despite the adds, the Bills offense is mistake prone and finished third-worst in the league last season in points scored and yards gained. Thats a good start considering they want to protect their young quarterback investment in Josh Allen. They also provided him with receiving threats as vertical target John Brown and the saucy slot receiver Cole Beasley should help. They have their work cut out for them.

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He believed, as did just about everyone else, that he had outperformed his rookie deal. He wanted a new one, an extension similar to that given to Houston Texans defensive end J.J. The fifth-year defensive end had made it known to the Jets brass that he wanted a new contract.

While the game being played on Saturday makes things alittlebit iffy, the Jets really shouldn't have any problems dealing the Cowboys their 10th loss of the season.

They were a good football team last season and you have to be excited about the net gain the team has had over the offseason. The team also will get two of their former All-Pros back as Travis Frederick and Jason Witten are making their triumphant returns after missing all of last season. Make no mistake about it - this Cowboys team is going to win a lot of football games in 2019. The Dallas Cowboys are a good football team. Additions like Robert Quinn and Randall Cobb outweigh losses like Cole Beasley and Damien Wilson. Not only that, but the Cowboys have one of the youngest teams in the league and every new year brings about more valuable experience.

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This week will present a difficult challenge for Fitzpatrick, though. The team is allowing an average of just 221 passing yards per gamefourth-fewest in the NFL. Despite being 3-9, the Cowboys have been solid on the defensive side of the ball.

The Redskins have a sneaky way of giving the Cowboys trouble, even when theyre outmatched. The wild card factor for Haskins lowers the confidence level a tad, but the Cowboys still have a reasonable shot at sweeping them this year. Win confidence: 80% (x 2 games) = 1.6 wins. Something tells me that wont be the case this season. Washington is the Cowboys Week 17 opponent this year and over the last three seasons, this has been a meaningless game for them.

The Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants. My series,Huddle with Thrill,will take a look at the weekly matchup and predict a winner.

The Jets opened up their pocketbook this offseason by adding LeVeon Bell and C.J. And spending the no. Mosley to the squad. The success of the 2019 Jets relies on the development of second-year quarterback Sam Darnold. While they could show improvement this season, this team still has a lot of holes. 3 overall pick on the top interior defensive linemen certainly doesnt hurt either.

We will look at this contest from an offensive, defensive, and special teams perspective, and then make a prediction of the final score. This is a week for both teams because division games weigh heavily in deciding playoff spots and any team with Super Bowl aspirations knows how important every game is to home field advantage. With that in mind, lets take a look at this weeks match up with the New York Giants.

The Cowboys draw the toughest spread here, having to play games against the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. Based on where they finished in the division, the team will play their corresponding opponent from the NFC South and West. Up until this point, the Cowboys have the same strength of schedule as the rest of their NFC East foes, but now there will be two final games that separates them.